Stargate SG-1 (1997–2007)
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SG-1 delivers their newly confiscated Goa'uld mothership to help the Tok'ra evacuate their planet and deal with their disinformed Goa'uld spy in their midst.

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David Warry-Smith

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Brad Wright (developed for television by), Jonathan Glassner (developed for television by) | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview:
Richard Dean Anderson ... Colonel Jack O'Neill
Michael Shanks ... Dr. Daniel Jackson
Amanda Tapping ... Major Samantha Carter
Christopher Judge ... Teal'c
Don S. Davis ... Major General George Hammond (credit only)
Carmen Argenziano ... Jacob Carter / Selmak
Peter Wingfield ... Tanith
Peter Williams ... Apophis
Malik McCall ... First Guard
Kenton Reid ... Red Jaffa
Paul Norman Paul Norman ... Apophis' Red Guard
Kirsten Alter ... Tok'ra #1 (as Kirsten Williamson)
Anastasia Bandey ... Tok'ra #2
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SG-1 return to the Tok'ra planet to help them move to a safer planet. Tanith hasn't heard the news of moving to a new planet and SG-1 decide it's time to tell him that they've known all along that he was a spy of Apophis. Tanith escapes his prison and leaves the Tok'ra base. He signals Apophis. When the Tok'ra hear word of this, SG-1 plans a trap. Move the Stargate to a ship and send it towards the sun which will cause a nova explosion, destroying Apophis and his army. Jacob Carter volunteers to send the Stargate to the sun. SG-1 goes with him. As soon as the Tok'ra have left, SG-1 takes the Stargate onto their ship. Soon after the Stargate has been sent toward the sun, Apophis and his ships show up. Two gliders are sent down to the planet to pick up Tanith. O'Neill and Teal'c head toward the planet in their glider and stop the ships from reaching Tanith, but their glider gets hit as well and they land back on the planet. A Gou'ald ship sees all this and heads down to the planet. The ... Written by Chris Green

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English

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23 February 2001 (USA) See more »

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16 : 9
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When O'Neill is making his "we are roughly in the middle of nowhere" speech, the sand surrounding him is covered with footprints. See more »

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Colonel Jack O'Neill: [after ringing down from their, formerly Cronus's, mothership.] Hey kids, we're not parked in a red zone, are we?
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Features Stargate SG-1: The Serpent's Venom (2000) See more »

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The Usual Bad Practice of Warner in the End of a Season
3 September 2016 | by claudio_carvalhoSee all my reviews

The SG-1 travels to meet the Tok'ra and help them to move to another planet on board of the Goa'uld mother-ship they have taken. Tanith is surprised with the new and the Tok'ra leaders decide to disclose that they knew he was an Apophis spy. He is sentenced to death, but succeeds in fleeing and summons Apophis. The SG-1 decides to transfer the Tok'ra through the Stargate while Jacob Carter and the SG-1 hunt Tanith down. Sam and Jacob plot a scheme to get rid of Apophis and his ships, sending the Stargate to a sun to create a a black hole to drag them. However the plan does not work as planned and Teal'c is captured by Tanith that delivers him to Apophis. What will happen to the SG-1?

Warner has this bad practice to make good episodes to be concluded in the end of a season and "Exodus" is no exception. Fortunately I have all the collection on DVD and I will not have to wait for months to know the fate of Teal'c, the SG-1, Jacob and Apophis. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "Exodus"


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